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Video Editor/Videographer Student Worker

The Marketing Department at the School of Continuing Education is seeking an outgoing, self-motivated, hard-working UWM student with good customer service and organizational skills. This fast-paced department serves the school’s programming areas by providing marketing strategy, campaign planning, and print and electronic communication design and production to promote the School’s 1,000 annual noncredit, select credit and certificate programs. The School of Continuing Education is located in the Plankinton Building at 161 W. Wisconsin Ave., in downtown Milwaukee.

Job Description
As part of the Marketing Department, this video editor/videographer position interprets and transforms client communication needs into an appropriate format; researching, concepting, and executing all phases of video production. Responsible for: story boarding, shooting, editing, final output, uploading to social media accounts and other duties as assigned. Materials created support the School of Continuing Education (SCE) and its 16 Educational Departments.

Must have:

  • Experience on Macintosh computers
  • Experience with: Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition, Speed Grade, After Effects (or equivalent), Quicktime, YouTube, and Photoshop (will train)
  • Experience Performing technical editorial functions including rough cuts, graphic design & integration, animation, effects, audio sweetening, music and final delivery of projects
  • Experience setting up and operating HD cameras and lighting kits
  • Successfully completed sophomore year film classes (min.)
  • Samples of creative and technically sound work
  • Willingness to learn and perform a wide variety of tasks
  • Ability to manage and meet deadlines under minimal supervision
  • Ability to maintain knowledge of the field and new technology through reading of technical literature, online tutorials, and industry associations
  • Good customer service skills

Pay Rate & Hours

  • 10-25 hours per week as determined by department workload (Business hours: 8-5, M-F)
  • $9.00/hour
  • Work study is accepted

If interested, email your resume, video samples and fall 2015 semester availability to:
Erik Peterson